AKRON, Ohio (Aug. 15, 2013) —Goodyear will be offering those attending the Great American Trucking Show (GATS) Aug. 21-21 in Dallas the chance to enroll in its Goodyear Smart Fleet program during
“The Goodyear Smart Fleet program gives owner-operators, as well as small to mid-size fleets, access to benefits that traditionally were reserved for Goodyear national account fleets,” said Jose Martinez, business solutions manager, Goodyear Commercial Tire Systems.
Attendees of GATS will be able to enroll at Goodyear’s booth, No. 14077.
- Access to premium Goodyear truck tires and technologies.
- Online, published pricing on new tires, retreads and services.
- The industry’s leading 24/7 Emergency Roadside Service program.
- Tire performance reporting and powerful information tools.
Goodyear said owner-operators through mid-size fleets who enroll in the Goodyear Smart Fleet program during the show also will have the opportunity to enter drawing to win a set of up to two Goodyear commercial truck tires.
In order to be eligible for the “Goodyear Smart Fleet Giveaway Sweepstakes,” entrants must enroll in the Goodyear Smart Fleet program at Goodyear GATS booth by 3 p.m. central on Aug. 22. There will be five winners and the drawing will take place the same day, at 5 p.m., during a special Goodyear-sponsored reception in Room D171 of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
“Each winner will receive a certificate that is good for one set of up to two Goodyear brand commercial dual truck tires, with a value of up to $1,200,” said Mr. Martinez.
“The set can be a combination of steer, drive or trailer tires, or a set of two steer tires, two drive tires and two trailer tires.”
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